Hoesung Lee of South Korea is elected as the new chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
Nato Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg says Russia's violation of Turkish airspace over the weekend "does not look like an accident".
Two men are arrested on suspicion of murdering a police officer who was struck by a car and killed during a pursuit in Merseyside.
Tyre company Goodyear will definitely close its only UK manufacturing plant in Wolverhampton.
Romania recover from 15-0 down to beat Canada 17-15 and complete the biggest comeback in World Cup history.
John Stones will miss England's final two Euro 2016 qualifiers against Estonia and Lithuania with a knee injury.
Former Rough Guides editor Jonathan Buckley beats Hilary Mantel and Mark Haddon to win the BBC National Short Story Award.
Saudi blogger Raif Badawi, who was sentenced to 1,000 lashes for "insulting Islam", wins the Pen Pinter prize for championing free speech.
An 11-year-old boy in the US state of Tennessee is held on suspicion of shooting dead an eight-year-old girl in a row over a puppy.
The US commander of international forces in Afghanistan says an air strike on a hospital in the city of Kunduz that killed 22 people was a mistake.
David Cameron says he is delighted to have a such a strong team but many people here in Manchester are now preoccupied with who will one day fill his shoes.
Women's Super League winner Eniola Aluko on how reading Steven Gerrard's book ensures she won't take success for granted.
The 2015 Nobel Prize in Physics was been awarded for work on neutrinos. So why has the work been deemed worthy of the highest award in science?
David Cameron tells the BBC his policy on immigration "hasn't worked so far", but that the influx of people needs to be controlled to have a cohesive society.
The EU is offering new incentives to Turkey - including financial aid and easing of visa restrictions - for help to solve the migrant crisis.
A gay man loses a legal bid for his husband to be recognised with the same pension rights a wife would have if he was in a heterosexual relationship.
A re-think of immigration rules which protect ballet dancers but not vital foreign nurses need re-thinking, the head of the NHS in England says.
A man who made sex abuse allegations against Lord Brittan tells Panorama campaigners may have influenced his claims.
Parents in England are to be given the right to request that schools provide childcare for the full working day during term-time and in the holidays, says Education Secretary Nicky Morgan.
The refusal to free South African Olympic athlete Oscar Pistorius from prison on parole "flies in the face" of justice, his family says.